The actual Cyber Monday 2013 is history. The Cyber Monday deals are though still around. The Sears Cyber Monday sale for instance will continue until Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 7 a.m. CT. It is Sears' longest Cyber Monday sale to date. Shop the Sears Cyber Monday 2013 deals now.
Sears Cyber Monday 2013
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The Sears Cyber Monday 2013 sale is still going on despite Cyber Monday 2013 has ended. The Sears Cyber Monday 2013 will continue until Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 7 a.m. CT making it Sears' longest Cyber Monday sale to date. The Sears Cyber Monday sale is available on Sears.com. The deals are rolling out right now as the site gets updated gradually.
You get an extra 5% to 25% off in the Sears Cyber Monday 2013 sale. The extra off is on sales and regular items depending on product category.
Sears Cyber Monday 2013 Deal Highlights:
$169 Upstar 32-inch LED HDTV
50 percent off the Craftsman®192-pc. Mechanic's tool set
Save over $100 on the 6-foot Evolution 4-in-1 multi game table
$99.99 LINSAY 7" tablet Dual-Core
Shop the current deals on Sears.com.
The Kmart Cyber Monday 2013 Sale also launched.
On top of the Sears Cyber Monday deals, shoppers can take advantage of a holiday bonus offer for Sears cardholders get 10% back in rewards points when they use a Sears Card or three percent back in rewards points when shopping with any other form of payment.
Cyber Monday 2013 Sales and Deals:
Cyber Monday 2013 is on December 2nd, but the Cyber Monday sales are already starting on the weekend. Most Cyber Monday 2013 sales launch on Sunday. Cyber Monday 2013 is expected to be the biggest online sales day of the year with sales of $2.2 billion. Of course it makes sense to shop already on Thanksgiving Day the online Black Friday 2013 Sales, as several deals will be much better than on Cyber Monday. Cyber Monday will though also have great deals again as this day is become crucial for online stores. See the latest Cyber Monday 2013 News.
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Cyber Monday, a term coined by Shop.org in 2005, got established when retailers saw a trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Today, Cyber Monday is viewed as the online equivalent to Black Friday. Cyber Monday 2013 is expected to a huge sales day again this year - most likely the biggest.